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The Classic Nunsploitation Tale,
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Originally published anonymously in the Netherlands this is an early nunsploitation tale. Auguste's father has managed to leave France as the French Revolution starts, with intentions of sending for his wife and Auguste. In the meantime Auguste's mother thinks it prudent if they go underground into a convent. Luckily her sister is the Mother Superior of the Convent of St Claire, so disguising Auguste as a girl they make their way to safety.
Of course it is not long before Auguste, calling himself Augustine is found out, but the young nuns don't mind debauching with a man instead of each other for a change, also his aunt takes quite a shine to his prowess. There is a shock for Auguste though, as he finds out who his real father is. Auguste takes advantage of the young ladies, rather as the Confessor is doing, with no hole escaping his pleasure. Whilst going about his debaucheries we also hear experiences and anecdotes of the young ladies he diddles.
As was standard of the time there is no character development and the tale does get repetitive, but at the end of the day this was written to tittilate, which it most definitely does.